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Casey Anthony Ordered to Return to Orlando for Probation

By WendyM |

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Where is Casey Anthony?

Those wondering where Casey Anthony went after her July 17 release from jail will now know her whereabouts.

A judge has ordered Casey Anthony to return to Orlando for supervised probation for the check fraud charges against her.

Casey has spent two weeks in hiding, but will be returning to Orlando soon – reportedly in the next three days.

Orange County Judge Stan Strickland said, “She should be reporting to probation in Orlando probably within 72 hours.” Strickland signed amended court documents for Anthony’s supervised probation for one year.

There was reportedly some mix up with Strickland’s original order to have Casey go to probation following her release from jail, as the Department of Corrections officials thought she had served the probation in jail.

Of course, where she will live while in Orlando is still a mystery.


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Wendy Michaels** has been an entertainment writer for many years, covering the celeb buzz for both TV Crunch and Movie Crunch blogs. She loves celebrity gossip on any level, from A-listers right down to those pesky reality stars. Wendy's passion for entertainment news is a strange addiction, but she wouldn't have it any other way. She lives in the Finger Lakes region of New York, where she enjoys time with her husband and two children.

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0 thoughts on “Casey Anthony Ordered to Return to Orlando for Probation

  1. Alyson Steinberg says:

    It’s time Casey was held accountable for something. In this “free” country of ours, an individual can kill a 2 year old child and get away with it if their defense team is unethical enough to pick an equally unethical jury and bribe them. That has always been the only reasonable explanation for why she was acquitted on all counts of child abuse and murder.

    Now she’s being protected and allowed to profit off her child’s death, the jurors are being protected too. Their names aren’t being released and they’re wealthy enough to quit their formerly low paying jobs and move to new and upgraded digs.

    The big question is: who the heck was protecting Caylee from the monster mother who killed her?

  2. RedDonnaAnn says:

    Well, she’ll be in danger no matter where she ends up but no more than in Fla, that’s for sure.

    Public hatred of this woman is not going away. The worst thing that could ever happen to Anthony is returning to jail. Second to that, returning to Florida.

    She may have been deemed not guilty in a court of law but the people’s court has a very different opinion. If I were Casey Anthony, I would be scared out of my wits, fearing for my physical safety.

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